Is it a bad idea to attempt a steal when there's an early-position limper in the pot?
So, one of the big things I'm trying to learn right now is how to consistently steal and resteal when an opportunity presents itself. This particular spot I'm not sure if I made the right move or if I should've just folded.
I'm in a 9-man $0.60 turbo SnG which is down to 6 players, blinds are 200/100, and UTG2 limps in for 200 (he has 18BB). CU folds to me with 96os on the button with 6BB. There's 500 in the pot which represents 40% of my stack and I decide to shove all in hoping to steal it. SB folds, BB calls the all-in, which I didn't mind since he was the short stack (3BB) and needed a double-up, and the UTG2 limper snap-calls with QQ, and I go out in 5th.
Wondering if I made a bad move here attempting to steal the blinds with a limper in the pot. I was assuming that UTG2 was weak since he limped from early position, thinking if he had a premium hand he would undoubtedly raise from that spot. Should I have folded? Did I make a horrible play here?